Danny Kader is smitten with a lovely gypsy damsel who's camped out on his father's spread of land. Needless to say, this development doesn't sit well with Danny's father.
Kitty is injured when she falls off a horse. Matt is then forced to rely on a surly farm family to get help for her but they're reluctant to do so.
Matt tries to get to the bottom of things in a horse thievery case.
A cowboy asks Matt for the location of a widow's ranch saying he's her long lost son but Matt remembers that the son was supposedly killed during the Civil War at the Battle of Shiloh.
After Chester saves a cowboy from a whipping at the hands of a crazy man and his two sons, the three men abduct him and decide to make the deputy suffer the same fate.
Burke Reese wants the Nellers to sell him their farm and he won't take no for an answer.
Bitchy Kate Kinsman wants her husband to kill Ed Dolliver because she feels that the gentleman disrespected her. When Kate's husband turns up dead she accuses Dolliver of the crime. It's up to Matt Dillon to get to the bottom of things.
Matt and Chester find a young Native American woman lying on the trail suffering from a gunshot wound. After taking the lass back to Dodge for treatment they set out to find the person who shot her.
Sted Rutgers returns to Dodge City after a three year absence only to discover that his brother has married his sweetie. Needless to say, Sted doesn't take this development very well.
An alcoholic former gunfighter promises a 12 year old orphan a new pair of boots for his birthday but might have to resort to illegal means in order to keep this promise.
Did a woman's clothing salesman have anything to do with the disappearance of a Dodge City woman? That's what Matt tries to find out.
Matt tries to prevent a man from taking the law into his own hands against two drunken cowboys who assaulted his daughter.
Packy Roundtree asks a preacher to help him fake his death. The preacher then buries a coffin containing nothing but rocks in the ground.
Tom Morey is convicted of murder and sentenced to hang on the purported eyewitness testimony of Romey Crep. A few weeks later Crep says he witnessed another murder. This gets Matt Dillon to question the veracity of Crep's original story.
A hired killer rides into Dodge to kill a person named Rusty but then balks when he discovers that Rusty is a woman.
Matt is forced to lock up two feuding ranch partners until the two men can settle their differences.
A former Confederate soldier arrives in town looking for a Dodge City resident who supposedly burned down his house and killed his wife during the Civil War.
Matt Dillon steps into the boxing ring when Doc won't allow a former prizefighter to do se because of health reasons.
Someone takes a shot at Jezra Cobb but misses and manages to escape apprehension. Kitty then overhears a drifter say that he was paid $300 to kill Cobb.
Matt tries to help out Edward Vanderman, a has been actor who was caught cheating at cards but the former thespian proves to be a hard case.
Matt comes to suspect that the new female owner of the Lady Gay saloon might have had something to do with the death of the previous owner of the saloon.
With Matt out of town, an ex-convict mistakes Doc for the judge who sentenced him to a long stretch in the pen and vows revenge despite the physician's claim that he's never been a judge. It's up to Chester to figure out a way to extracate Doc from his predicament.
A feud between trail bosses of two separate cattle drives threatens to become an all-out war unless Matt can get to the bottom of the killing of a man and his cow.
Jacob Leech arrives in Dodge City and promptly announces that he plans to kill a man named Ollie Radford. Kitty eventually finds herself smack dab in the middle of Leech's vendetta.
Matt goes after three train robbers who killed a railroad employee during the holdup. The trio are a man, his son, and his daughter who lost their home due to negligence on the part of the railroad.
A man who calls himself Vince Wiley arrives in Dodge determined to make Matt draw on him first so he can kill the Marshal in self-defense.
Matt and Chester ride out to arrest a farmer for robbing a store in town and end up doing most of the man's farm chores. Doc later arrives on the scene with the truth regarding the "robbery."
Greedy relatives of a dying man arrive in Dodge hoping to get something of value from his estate but find out that he's willed all his possessions to Kitty.
A southern belle arrives in Dodge and immediately begins charming all the menfolk but Kitty forms an almost instant dislike of the woman.
Chester must remove a bullet from Doc when the physician is wounded on the prairie by a gang of wolfers.
Matt tries to persuade a battered wife to prefer charges against her abusive husband.
A witness is shot by one of Kitty's saloon girls shortly before he is scheduled to testify in court. Does the damsel have a connection with the defendant?
A man named Ed Beaudry arrives in town determined to kill another man who married his former galpal. When Beaudry turns up dead the husband is the leading suspect.
Matt, Doc, and Chester are on a hunting trip when they find a Native American boy who's been severely beaten. While Doc tends to the boy's injuries, Matt and Chester ride out to try and discover who gave the boy the beating.
After riding with an outlaw for three years, Belle Ainsley returns to Dodge and tells Matt she's dumped the rotter. Matt, however, has his doubts regarding Belle's veracity.
Two no-talent assclown brothers announce they've come West with the intention of killing Native Americans.
An old flame arrives in town and asks Matt to help find her husband. Matt finds the man but things aren't exactly as they seem between the couple.
Matt goes after an Army corporal who made off with his unit's payroll. He finds the corporal at his father's house but daddy has no intention of turning his boy over to the law.
A special agent for a stagecoach line arrives in Dodge and announces to a woman that he's going to marry her. There's only one problem--he killed her outlaw husband during a stagecoach robbery.